Sunday, March 8, 2015

World Upside-down

It's confirmed.

Our nation is officially upside-down.

A man is a woman, if he "sincerely" identifies himself as one. Said individual is entitled to use women's locker room, as per gym's "gender identity non-discrimination policy."

Protests made by anyone, even by a woman appalled to encounter said individual in the ladies' room, are deemed "inappropriate" and "disruptive," and protester shall be ousted from gym, according to ABC News.

Indecent exposure is art form, as long as it's on MTV. Pornography is merely "artistic imagery."

Nothing is black and white anymore. It's all been reduced to various shades of grey. Speaking of which, sexually-explicit movies that promote misogyny, exploitation and subjugation of women are artwork too.

Moral deformity is merely "artistic expression" and "freedom of speech." An opera at the Met has every right to dramatize, condone, and perhaps glorify, savage murder of a wheel-chair bound senior.

Mass murder is no longer terrorism. It's heroism, as long as the victims happen to be of the same ethnic or religious affiliation as the much loathed "Occupiers."

Promoting genocide isn't incitement. It's artwork. It's just a video game available at Google Play Store.

Conversely, artwork depicting Muslim "prophet" is incitement, of course.

Hate speech is fine, as long as it's is aimed against "Zionists" and "Zionism," what ever that means.

Beheaded infants are "settlers" guilty of "illegal occupation."

Puny Israel is Goliath. Who is David? Mass murderous Hamas, Fatah, Islamic Jihad, Hezbollah, ISIS, etc., funded by: Turkey, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Iran, etc.

Bloodthirsty assailants are in fact the victims. The assaulted are the aggressors, especially if they fire back.

Islamic State is not Islamic, we are told, just as Crusades had nothing to do with the Cross. Of course, both twelfth century Crusades and ISIS share the same contemporary relevance (!?).

Any attempts to describe Islamic State as "Islamic" are simply Islamaphobic.

Mass murder is merely a misunderstood form of protesting illegal "occupation," "Zionist world domination," blood libels, Crusades, Mohamed cartoons, and other such "crimes," for which the appropriate response is humiliation, rage and murderous retaliation.

"Never again" is a benign slogan, tolerable if used in reference to a defunct and obscure foe of last century. However, if invoked in current times with regard to a modern-day state with stated genocidal goals and nuclear aspirations, then it is an insult to the President of the United States and an insult to US intelligence, or, shall i say, lack thereof.

Even worse, it's repetitive, nonproductive, electioneering and polarizing.

Worst of all, it doesn't offer any alternatives.

Intimidation on campus is par for the course. Especially if the chief intimidator is teaching your course.

Premeditated shooting sprees at Parisian Kosher deli are random. Spike in antisemitism in Europe, US and US universities are all random too, I suppose.

In Gaza, nothing is random. Not even the weather. Winter flooding isn't random, but a deliberate act of aggression. Of course, Israel must have opened its dams in order to flood Gazan villages. (Never mind the fact that Israel has no dams in the south.)

A Gazan fisherman shot dead while breaking an Israeli blockade is very newsworthy. A black man in Wisconsin shot dead by a white policeman is somewhat newsworthy. Ten-fold increase of antisemitic incidents in Wisconsin is not newsworthy.

Thousands of dead Syrians in the past month is not newsworthy, nor is two hundred thousand dead Syrians in past few years. Secret nuclear sites in Iran...not newsworthy. Iran's supreme leader's English tweets calling for genocide ..not newsworthy. Obama insulted by Israeli PM protesting bad deal with Iran? Very newsworthy.

So there you have it, folks. The summary of today's news.

A world upside-down.

Let's turn it back right-side up.

How?

It's high time to teach the world the Seven Noahide Laws.

Read more about it. Let's start promoting it.

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